How to Pass a Wave by Perfectionnement Mer Formée

How to Pass a Wave Safely

Patrick, during his advanced sailing course (by OLM) amidst challenging conditions (force 4 and rough seas on Douglas), adeptly observed, analyzed, and took decisive action on the formidable waves and breakers at the Raz de Sein.

This video shows how he successfully navigated and conquered these mighty swells.

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How to Pass a Wave by OLM

This video was published on the OLM Perfectionnement Mer Formée YouTube channel

Amazing RIB Rally Bahamas

RIB Rally Bahamas 2012

The Rib Rally is a thrilling event that brings boating enthusiasts together for an exhilarating competition.

Participants navigate through challenges and obstacles, showcasing their skills and determination.

The rally follows a fair rating system, ensuring competitiveness.

Spectators gather along the shore to cheer on their favorite teams.

The event fosters unity and camaraderie within the boating community.

Every boat is powered by the same engines, making the competition fair and exciting for spectators.

Fancy more RIB Rally videos? Relax and click here.

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Amazing RIB Rally Bahamas 2012

This video was published on the Rene van Manen Storm Visual Solutions YouTube channel

Sea Trials Well Explained Williams Jet Tenders

More on Sea Trials

Discover the meticulous process of sea trials at UK based Williams Jet Tenders in the first installment of their “By Design” series.

Join the Development Director, Dan Bloice-Smith, as he shares insights into this crucial step that guarantees the excellence of their boats in real-world conditions.

With an unwavering attention to detail, the team thoroughly evaluates how their boats perform across different sea and loading conditions, ensuring they deliver optimal safety and smooth operation.

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Williams Jet Tenders Sea Trials Explained

From gentle harbor cruises to thrilling full-throttle runs, they subject their boats to various speeds and scenarios, allowing them to uncover the subtle nuances that can make a significant difference in a product’s success.

Check out the impressive factory tour where yearly 1,200 units are being built.

This video was published on the Williams Jet Tenders YouTube channel

The New Shearwater R65 Rigid Inflatable Boat

The Shearwater R65 is 6.8 m long

Introducing the Shearwater R65, meticulously built by the Isle of Wight team at Bembridge Marine.

Designed for challenging conditions with category B offshore rating, it offers a dry, comfortable ride through a high bow and deep V design.

The R65 features a 25″ XL transom, 200mm freeboard for potential MCA coding, and a 200L under-deck fuel tank.

Customizable seating, various colors, and finishes are available.

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A nice drone view of the New Shearwater R65

The recommended power is 115 to 150 hp, which results in speeds of 35-45 knots.

There is ample storage, including an anchor locker and under-seat compartments.

The console features an 8mm tinted screen and an optional black powder-coated stainless rail. It is designed to provide a complete experience.

Interested in seeing more Shearwater RIB videos? Just relax and click here.

This video was published on the Shearwater RIBs YouTube channel

Learning to Read the Waves is a Safety Necessity

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Learning to Read the Waves is a Safety Necessity

One of the Safety Necessity Skills

Among the multitude of objectives targeted by the advanced course on sailing in heavy seas, there’s one that’s hard to grasp: reading the waves!

It’s hard for the “student” Patrick to manage everything at once: waves, boat, trajectory…

The session took place in the Raz de Sein area of Brittany, France, and features a RIBCRAFT RIB (Rigid Inflatable Boat) with a single outboard.

Check out more interesting videos of “OLM Perfectionnement Mer Formée” a French training school that stands for “OLM Advanced Training in Formed Sea.”

This video was published on the OLM Perfectionnement Mer Formée YouTube channel

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